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Madeley complains about rape threat

Judy Finnigan and Richard Madeley have made a formal complaint to police

Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan have confirmed they have made a formal complaint to the police after online rape threats were made against their daughter Chloe.

Miliband in immigration law pledge

File photo dated 02/10/14 of Ed Miliband, who has called for unity within his party after a bruising few weeks for his leadership, insisting a Labour election victory was "within our sights".

Ed Miliband has said a Labour government would immediately bring in an immigration Bill as he insisted people's fears can be addressed without risking Britain's EU membership.

2m watch Lynda's last interview

Lynda Bellingham died shortly after announcing that she had chosen to end chemotherapy treatment

Around 2 million people watched the late Lynda Bellingham's final interview on Loose Women - doubling the show's usual audience.

Souness: Balotelli needs to change

Former Liverpool captain Graeme Souness believes Mario Balotelli, pictured, has to undergo a personality change to survive at Anfield

Former Liverpool captain Graeme Souness has questioned the existence of Mario Balotelli's "football brain" and believes the misfiring striker has to undergo a personality change to survive at Anfield.

Warnock charged over ref remark

Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock, left, has been charged with misconduct following his comments after the match against Chelsea

Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock has been charged with misconduct by the Football Association for his post-match comments following the home defeat by Chelsea on Saturday.

Rape victim comments clumsy - Buerk

Ched Evans says he wants to clear his name after he was convicted of rape

BBC veteran Michael Buerk has said he was "clumsy" to criticise the Ched Evans rape victim for being drunk - but maintained her intoxicated state was central to the court case.

Fewer pupils gain five A*-C grades

GCSE passes are down this year following reforms

Fewer teenagers scored at least five C grades in their GCSEs, including English and maths, this year amid major changes to the exams and school league tables, official figures show.

New mortgage offers down by 10%

Evidence points to a slowdown in the housing market

The number of mortgage approvals made to home-buyers was 10% lower in September compared with the same month a year earlier in further signs that the housing market is cooling, banks have reported.

Man faces court over PMQs incident

A man allegedly damaged a glass screen during Prime Minister's Questions

A man who had to be escorted from the House of Commons after allegedly throwing a bag of marbles during yesterday's Prime Minister's Questions will appear in court next month.

Trott commits to Bears

Jonathan Trott has signed a new three-year contract with Warwickshire

Jonathan Trott has signed a new three-year contract with Warwickshire after enjoying a revival in form and spirit this past season.

Henderson: We have a lot to learn

Liverpool were taught a lesson at the hands of the European champions

Liverpool vice-captain Jordan Henderson admits the lesson they were taught by Real Madrid shows just how much they have to improve to compete with Europe's elite.

Ancelotti not getting carried away

Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti believes his side are in top form heading into Saturday's Clasico against Barcelona, but he played down talk of a new era of dominance for the club.

Burgess wins international award

Sam Burgess is the international player of the year

Sam Burgess has become the first English winner of the Rugby League International Federation's International Player of the Year Award at a function in Australia.

Flintoff to play for Brisbane Heat

Andrew Flintoff is heading to Australia to play in the Big Bash League

Former England all-rounder Andrew Flintoff is to play for the Brisbane Heat in the upcoming KFC T20 Big Bash League, the Australian team have announced.